Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Padmavati", which was slated to release on December 1, 2017, got caught in a political storm, thus delaying its release. "Since the government had in November announced to ban the film, it is up to them clear the prevailing mystery", he said.
The film has received a clearance from the Central Board for Film Certification after the change of title and some script modifications.
Mumbai: After Rajasthan Chief Minister chose to ban Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Padmaavat" in the state, On Friday Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani announced that the controversial film will not hit theatres in his state, as per reports.
When a film clears all it's legal dues than it has the right to release and Karni Sena, who so badly want the film to be banned have never even seen it. The latest move comes after many groups including Rajput Karni Sena objected to the film.
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An FIR was lodged by two persons - Virendra Singh and Nagpal Singh - with the Deedwana police in Nagaur district of Rajasthan in March a year ago, alleging that the film had distorted "historical facts" and "hurt the image of Rani Padmini".
Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani told journalists that the film would not be released in the state, where it was disallowed earlier too in view of the Assembly elections. "The ban continues in the State".
If allowed in the state, the film will definitely be screened in Mona hall, he added.
So far, only Goa CM Manohar Parrikar has said the film will be allowed to release in his state. When asked about the project's current status, PTI reported that Shahid said, "I am sure we will have clarity by the end of this year about when the film is releasing".